Life

Living intentionally is the secret to happiness.

If you have a better relationship with yourself, mindset and living intentionally  will help you face any challenges that come your way.

Living intentionally means making choices and not just letting your life define you. You choose your path in life and what defines you. Are you an explorer or a traveler? Perhaps you’re the go to person for giving comfort or advice. Whatever you choose, be authentically you.

Your state of mind is the key to your peace of mind. Be willing to let go of what doesn’t work in your life so you’re able to embrace what will. Unless it supports you, it doesn’t belong in your life.

5 Surprising Ways to Get Over Your Broken Heart

I’m going to share 5 surprising ways to get over a broken heart. Whether on Valentine’s or any day of the year, there are ways to heal a broken heart. What is it about the annual celebration of love known as Valentine’s Day that can make the most confident woman…

What If Your Lifestyle Is Holding You Back?

If lifestyle is defined as the way we choose to live, what do our lifestyle choices say about us? Have you ever consciously thought about the lifestyle choices you’ve made or has the way you live become such a part of you, it’s not on your conscious radar anymore. I have…

Drop Those New Year’s Resolutions – Do This Instead

  As 2017 comes to an end and we’re wrapped up in festive diversions, what feelings come up when you think of the New Year? Are you making any New Year’s resolutions or do you avoid thinking about the future? If there’s a time less suited to kickstarting a diet,…

It’s All in Your Head: What I Learned After Turning Fifty

It’s all in your head: What I learned after turning fifty. What is it about turning fifty that sets off alarm bells? Is it because it’s proof positive we’re at the half way point? Ha, even that’s an ambitious thought unless you’re sure you’ll live to be a centenarian! Like…

Give Yourself Permission to Be Passionate

Give yourself permission to be passionate. There I said it. Without passion or a purpose we lose sight of who we are and why we’re here. Having a purpose is especially important if you’re retired or thinking of retiring. This article in the Telegraph puts forth the case of unretirement!…

Being a Creature of Habit Can Save You

Life is full of the “should’s” and the “I need to’s” isn’t it? We know we should eat healthier, exercise more often and empty the dishwasher pronto, but what’s the best way to train ourselves to do the things we resist? I’ve found if I become a creature of habit I can…